It was a Monday. The day of the week I typically plan to be a high productivity day to power through client and personal responsibilities. However, this one was not starting out that way.
Not every high-performer is looking to be promoted. And that’s fine. You need rock stars in every role. But every high-performer is human and longs for appreciation, connection, and wants to be heard. It’s so easy to direct our attention to the folks who need our help the most. Be sure to pay attention to your top 20% as well.
Let’s face it: How many of us really want to be the passenger on an airplane with an exhausted, pilot at the helm? When you’re in a leadership role, managing your own energy is vital to your ability to impact and influence others.
We are busy.
In fact, we’re busier than we’ve ever been.
No matter what type of job you are applying for, it is always important to include a cover letter with your resume. Simply sending off a resume is not going to cut it, because it doesn’t tell the whole story.
There are numerous blogs discussing the art of interviewing, the do’s, the don’ts, the secrets, and so forth. While there are numerous resources (free and paid) on the internet, many people still struggle with the art of interviewing.
There is something important to consider when selecting a job, key to remaining happy in a job, and part of many decisions to stay or leave a job. I am, of course, talking about workplace culture.
If you apply for a job and you get that job, that company can only guarantee you today’s wages. But, if you create your own job, you can guarantee whatever wage you want for yourself.
For centuries, scientists and theorists of a great many fields have studied, debated, and thought long and hard about the phenomenon of a full moon and its relationship to a seemingly strong increase in odd behavior among many people.
The military has a feedback approach as part of an upgrade of training and development programs for generals, admirals, members of their security detail, executive staff and even spouses.
Getting your degree is a crucial (and often necessary) step towards your ultimate professional goal. As you start down your degree path – do you have a clear sense of what it will look like at the end?